There’s another wonderful wallpaper maker available from The Hobbit.
You can download the whole image here.
Sir PJ is spoiling us!
He seems to be killing us softly with dwarf love!
I took this cropped pic of brooding Thorin from Jas, as I’m too lazy to do it myself
I love this Thorin Oakenshield image for more reasons than just the brooding obvious sexiness.
I like the detail of the costume and it’ll serve as an inspiration for my Hobbit première look!
I still don’t know if I’ll be able to get to London on the 12th of December just in time for the red carpet event.
We had scheduled to fly out the following day, and now I’m waiting to hear news that we can re-book the plane tickets.
Even if we’re not able to do so, I’ll still be there for the movie premiere on the 14th of December and I’m mega excited about that!
I’m so grateful I can’t even begin to express it, as the whole trip is a Birthday present from those who love me most
My love don’t cost a thing, but I sure like it when people spend some dosh loving me!
All I can go now is keep my fingers cross that the fangurling gods deem to bless us with cheap KLM tickets so I can stand (for hours) beside other Tolkien fans trying to catch a glimpse of the Hobbit cast.
As I mentioned in an earlier post, if you know you will be in London that between the 12th and 16th of December and would like to meet up with fellow Richard Armitage admirers, please let me know!
I think it’d be great to meet up and perhaps catch the movie together
I’ve been mentioning ways we can celebrate The Hobbit première in previous posts like growing a pair of bushy dwarf brows or braiding your hair.
I’d like to incorporate some Thorin elements in my look without ending up looking like a Klingon at a Star Trek convention.
Depending on the weather I’ll either borrow my sister’s faux fur vest which I’ll wear on top of a jumper, or I’ll have a large faux fur collar made to wear on top of my winter jacket.
Under that I’m planning on designing a few Hobbit/Thorin T-shirts.
If they are any good, I’ll post the images here on the off-chance someone might like to have one too.
If any of my readers come up with designs that they’d like to share with others in our little community of friends, please send it my way!
It’ll be my pleasure to share them here on my blog!
How amazing would it be if we could have a variety of T-shirt designs to choose from!
Remember that’s it’s very easy to transfer an image onto fabric at home, which I have proven here.
Another vital element in my Hobbit look are my TH jeans.
I first mentioned them in a post about losing weight, with the TH standing for Tommy Hilfiger.
Judit however asked if TH meant The Hobbit, and from that point on, that’s exactly what they are!
My The Hobbit skinny jeans
I’m still a far away from fitting in them, but I’m getting closer every day, and seeing that I have 73 days before traveling to London, that’s a goal I’m willing to work towards!
Each time I’m tempted to eat something naughty or I decide that Jillian Michaels will never know I skipped my exercise that day, I have my Hobbit jeans to remind me!
Apart from that I need to think of an over the shoulder bag that will fit all my fanguling essentials like a mobile phone to Tweet, a camera to snap pics, a bottle of water to prevent dehydration in all that excitement, and a purse full of GBP (we all know how expensive London can be!).
Please note there is no room for cigarettes in that bag!
A woven leather belt seems like a nice fashion nod towards Thorin.
I also want a snazzy pair of earrings, but I’ll have to research that a little more!
How about some sword earrings?
Here’s the warmer December weather look for The Hobbit première:
Here’s for when winter decides to show its frosty face in December in London:
Do you have any other ideas how we can celebrate The Hobbit by drawing fashion inspiration from Thorin Oakenshield?